Royal’s Cedar Renditions siding now available in the U.S.

The premium aluminum siding line, featuring a streamlined, modern aesthetic.

BY HBSDealer Staff

Royal Building Products, a Westlake Company, said its Cedar Renditions by Royal Design Series is now available in the United States.

The premium aluminum siding line, featuring a streamlined, modern aesthetic, offers a multitude of design possibilities for architects, designers and remodelers of residential and light commercial projects. Cedar Renditions has previously been available only in Canada.

Cedar Renditions by Royal Design Series is available in a 6” profile in three Traditional woodgrain colors: Amberwood, Charwood and Cedar Bark, and two Premium colors: Timberline and Riverwood. Each Premium color has three distinct shades—dark, medium, light—achieving a realistic and natural variegated plank look once installed.

In addition to offering a modern-looking, distinctive and unique appearance, Cedar Renditions by Royal Design Series offers several benefits:

• Thicker gauge siding (.027”)
• Seamless overlapping notch to achieve longer length
• Easy installation with a drop-in interlock system
• 100% recyclable
• LEED compliant
• Moisture-proof, nonflammable and virtually maintenance-free

“Cedar Renditions aluminum siding offers architects and designers a high performance product that allows them to express their creativity and

meet the needs of discerning clients,” said Steve Booz, vice president of marketing, Royal Building Products. “This product has become a favorite among architects and designers in Canada, and we are thrilled to now offer Cedar Renditions to our U.S. customers.”

Cedar Renditions accessories offered in the U.S. include:

• 1” Face 5/8 J-trim
• 1” Face Starter Trim
• Trim coil
• Outside Corner Post
• ½” J-Trim
• Vented and Plain V-Groove soffits

Cedar Renditions by Royal Design Series is backed by a 25-year Prorated Limited Warranty and can be purchased through select distributors across the U.S.


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